Hunting the northern lights from the ocean is an amazing experience; sailing away from the coastline of Reykjavik and seeing the aurora borealis out on the North-Atlantic ocean is something you won’t forget.
Everybody loves the northern lights and now is your chance to see these bright lights shimmer across the sky with your own eyes. Northern Lights in Iceland are visible during the winter, from September to April.
When conditions are favorable we head out to search for the Aurora Borealis, avoiding places polluted by the city lights. Join us on a search for the northern lights on a minibus.
& enjoying in-water massage. The aurora borealis might dance for us too. Real magic!
Hit the trails below and gaze above at the sky. This tour provides the thrill of tearing through the fresh Icelandic snow on your ATV followed by a night hunting the sky for an aurora storm.
While nature prepares to colour the sky with the magical Northern Lights, you enjoy relaxing in Laugarvatn Fontana´s open air geothermal baths and fill up your energy with local delicatessen.
The highlight of this tour is the Golden Circle in the daytime and Langjökull glacier in the evening where the northern lights and the stars seem so close that you can almost touch them and hear them breathe.
An unforgettable evening out under the magical winter sky. The road down the black sandy beaches takes us to one of Iceland’s most renowned seafood restaurants for an unforgettable lobster feast.
An experience that combines the most popular trip in Iceland, glacier hiking during the day and a northern lights tour in the evening. In between the activities, we stop by at the majestic Skógar waterfall.
Get off the beaten path and away from the crowds to enjoy the Northern Lights in serenity. At our chosen spot, we use our stargazing telescope to explore crude details of the planets in our solar system.
Get away from the city lights and into the barren landscape in the outskirts of Reykjavík. On a clear night we can see the lights swirl around in dramatic shapes across the night sky.
Do not miss the opportunity to discover the mystery of one of the most valuable natural treasures of Icelandic nature.